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you have a good morning and thank you for joining us thursday march 31st. >> darya: the record temperatures we are looking for warm morning and a hot afternoon. >> louisa: you can see the sun starting to rise, it almost looks like it will be a hot day outside today. we will see another day with more the record expected. we get up to the '80s again. to date to be the warmest day all week. we have changes by the weekend so you may want to take advantage of this weather. into the afternoon are highs will be in the '80s. widespread babies in downtown san francisco once again todayeighties in sann oakland 82, 86 san napa, san jose, 85 in san rosa. your temperatures topping out into the 50s and 60s. 60 in antioch, 61 in mountain view. future cast 4 as we head through the next hour we continue to see temperatures in the '50s and '60s. by noon bringing '70s and the amex, your afternoon highs in the '80s. a few '70s by 7:00 p.m. we will stay warm pretty evening. 7 day around bay shows tomorrow we will have a slight cool them. by saturday it looks like a slight chance of rain, wind is pi
an hour and a half ago and it was a real mess. they're using heavy equipment like tractors and shovels and a half minutes to do something about it. there's nothing in building sewage or anything like that. but it is bad enough. this is exactly what they are dealing with, a mixture of mud and water and a close several blocks. seem to have come to a stop at a major intersection. is a bad message.. >> thank-you for the update. power outage at date. i for one in san francisco, lights are on. no. they, toward 55 people without power, the peninsula has a 565 people without power at east bay has 80 people with out. it should be restored between 9:00 a.m. and noon. >>darya: folks near the san lorenzo river are back home now. here is when you look at the shot yesterday. water spilled over into yards and sirens warned the households to and immediately get out. after it the national weather service issued a flash flood warning. just 4 mi. away from that, ably chaired by a slide in the it said the crews mountains. a large tree came down with this side and is blocking conference drive. that is the
francisco where we got up to and what started this morning. >>mark: think you for joining us. >> we are tracking the storm so this goes straight to the whether it to cup team coverage. >>james: good morning, the rain is heavy this morning and starting to taper off. it is pushing to the east. most of the rain, the heaviest, anyway, is falling into it brentwood. they had an impressive store right to know. it is 1 in. per hour and done with brentwood. pretty intense. livermore cannot get out from the steady stream of rain and it will last for a little bit longer as b.c., the rain's coming from the bottom of this screen and stretching to the bottom of this. this get an idea of how much risk is falling. 1 in. per hour. so far, so good. it should dissipate threats the course of the morning. -- throughout. it is not just the rain we're seeing this morning but it should be here all week long. >>louisa: good morning james. here is a shot of a flash flood it warning in effect. the dark shaded green to red to green into the peninsula as well is showing a flashlight and effect. the showers are
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